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The video files will not be restored until it has been proven that this film is in the public domain.
Robert Wagner and Kate Jackson star in a movie made for television.
This movie is part of the collection: Feature Films
Director: E.W. Swackhamer
Audio/Visual: sound, color
Keywords: Robert Wagner; occult; John Carradine
Creative Commons license: Attribution 3.0
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Subject: Who Cares
Wagner & Jackson are hardly heavy-weight actors anyway.
Subject: DVD Versions
BCI/Eclipse and Brentwood were the same company which has gone out of business. The version of Death At Love House they sold had a run time of 74 minutes. The version sold by Cheezy Flicks runs 71 minutes. I recently found the Cheezy Flicks version on youtube,but it also has a copyright notice at the end. MCMLXXV which is 1975. I'd say to track down a copy of the Prism VHS tape or one of the BCI/Brentwood DVDs which have a slightly longer run time to see if these also contain a copyright notice.
PA0001069777 / 2001-12-13. This entry seems to indicate a new version of the film. There is a very limited registration of this film in that some of the music in it has copyright according to this 2001 entry. No court precedent tells us whether music in a film that was published with improper notice and not registered is actionable.
Lack of registration, lack of proper notice, probably leaves the film in shades of gray as to it's public domain status.
This 2001 registration indicates to me that Spelling was was trying to restore copyright in a work that was highly questionable. If this is the old 1975 edit, it's gray. If it's the 2001 cut, it's copyrighted.
Subject: ....Why Bother..
....Restoring It..?..It's Made For TV Crap From The $Buck Bin At The Box Store..!
You've forgotten that you included it in a list of p.d. films?
Perhaps the notice was added after the film was first shown on television.
The movie has been sold by Cheezy Flicks, Bci Eclipse, and Brentwood.
Seems to be a valid notice at the end of the show.